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To hire additional staff for the busy Christmas shopping season, Toys R Us is holding recruitment fairs at all 83 of its stores across Canada from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday.

It’s the breakfast of champions on the Italian Riviera.

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Despite a strong September, transaction values in Penticton’s residential real estate market were down 11% through the first three quarters of 2019.

Bruce Johnson was the first winner of the David Kampe Legacy Award, a new accolade that will be presented posthumously on an annual basis at the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards.

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The list of finalists for this year’s Kelowna Business Excellence Awards is proof marijuana has hit the mainstream and become an economic powerhouse.

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His family is out thousands of dollars, but an Alberta man’s trip to Penticton left him with three valuable travel tips: read the fine print, carry valid identification and watch what you say in airports.

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VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium’s frolicsome Northern sea otters are some of its most popular residents. During Sea Otter Awareness Week — Sept. 21-29 — they’re positively irresistible, the focus of daily feeds and enrichment sessions, family programs, educational talks and even pre-booka…

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There's an audible gasp as H.J. Cha flings open the door of the circular barrel room at Phantom Creek Estates in Oliver.

Prospera and Westminster credit unions are another step closure to a merger.

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After already being closed six weeks over the summer, the latest cutback at the Tolko lumber mill in Armstrong is to slash capacity by 20%.

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